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On Sale. Free Shipping. Gregory Women's Pace 5 Pack FEATURES of the Gregory Women's Pace 5 Pack Women's specific design Fluid Mechanics design Hydrapak Shape-Shift reservoir with internal baffle for reduced jostling and easy fill slider On-the-move internal reservoir compression Trekking pole storage pocket Accessory pockets and gel flask holster Internal silicone security pocket that is sweat/water proof Stretch mesh external pocket with easy pull grab tab Reflective Graphics Wraptor stabilizer for a no bounce carry Cocona materials for maximum comfort Additional zippered front pocket for supplemental gear
Whether you train in the desert, race over rocky coastline or chase your own goals in solo bliss, the Gregory Pace 5 helps you achieve your long-distance goals.
CLOSEOUTS . Ideal for light and fast day hikes and extended trail runs, Gregoryand#39;s Pace 5 hydration pack features a bounce-free design and is equipped to carry 70 fl.oz. of water, food, extra layers and even foldable trekking poles. Available Colors: FRESH PINK, SPRING GREEN, STORM WHITE. Sizes: S/M, XS/S.
- Sierra Trading Post
With a design exclusively to accommodate the female body, the Pace 5 will comfortably carry what you need for runs lasting 2 to 4 hours. Optimized for 5 liters of fuel and gear and with strategically placed pockets, you'll be able to get what you need, when you need it.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
Unlike other racing hydration packs that only have room for the reservoir, and maybe a single loose granola bar, the Gregory Women's Pace 5 Hydration Backpack has enough room for 5 liters of water, an extra layer, and fuel for outings that last up to four hours. If you've stuffed the main compartment to the brim with extra layers and food, toss your keys, phone, and wallet in any of the other six external pockets before heading out the door. The Pace 5's female-specific fit and Wraptor stabilization system maximizes comfort and keeps the cargo close and secure while silencing the sloshing liquid behind you, as you log mile after mile.